Cindy Bither
Administrative Assistant
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Lexington, VA 24450

News and Features

  • Dominion President Among Closing Speakers at Environment Virginia

    EVAPlenarySummary
    LEXINGTON, Va., April 10, 2014 – The 600 attendees of this year’s Environment Virginia Symposium gathered for the last time this morning to hear discussion on the creation of a coherent policy that balances Virginians’ need for energy with the need for wise use of the commonwealth’s natural resources.Read More →
  • Discounted Registration Ends Tuesday for Stonewall Jackson Symposium

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    LEXINGTON, Va., April 9, 2014 – Early registration – with discounted registration fee – will end Tuesday, April 15, for the biennial Stonewall Jackson Symposium. Registration, now $180, will be $200 after April 15. The symposium, which will be sponsored by the Stonewall Jackson House and take place on the Virginia Military Institute post, will feature six of the country’s foremost authorities on the Civil War and Stonewall Jackson. Dates for the event are May 23 and 24.Read More →
  • Deputy Secretary of Natural Resources Receives Erchul Environmental Leadership Award

    ErchulSummary
    LEXINGTON, Va., April 8, 2014 – Russ Baxter, Virginia Deputy Secretary of Natural Resources for the Chesapeake Bay, has been awarded the 2014 Erchul Environmental Leadership Award at the annual Environment Virginia Symposium.  The award recognizes a Virginian who has made significant individual efforts to better the environment. Nominees are judged on vision, expertise, commitment, integrity, communication skills, accomplishments, and diplomacy.Read More →
  • 'A Lot of Work to Do'

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    LEXINGTON, Va., April 8, 2014 -- Addressing environmental concerns will allow Virginia to embrace economic growth from emerging technologies and prepare for the effects of climate change, Gov. Terry McAuliffe told 500 environmental leaders today.  McAuliffe, speaking at the opening session of the Environment Virginia Symposium at Virginia Military Institute’s Marshall Hall, called for such initiatives as wind farms in the Atlantic and preparing Coastal Virginia for rising sea levels due to a warming planet.Read More →
  • Honors Week Features Society Inductions

    HonorsWeekSummary
    LEXINGTON, Va., April 4, 2014 -- A number of Virginia Military Institute cadets were inducted into academic honor societies, and 19 cadets gave senior thesis presentations, during VMI Honors Week, held March 24-28. The purpose of Honors Week is to recognize and celebrate academic achievement across all departments and disciplines.Read More →
  • Raffle to Benefit New Market Educational Mission

    NMQuiltSummary
    NEW MARKET, Va., April 4, 2014 – Raffle tickets are now on sale for Courage Beyond Belief, a quilt created by the staff and volunteers of the Virginia Museum of the Civil War at New Market Battlefield State Historical Park. The raffle is a fundraiser for the educational mission of the museum. On display now in the museum’s main lobby, the quilt was created to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Battle of New Market.Read More →
  • Governor among 600 to Attend Environment Symposium at VMI

    EVASummary
    LEXINGTON, Va., April 4, 2014 – Approximately 600 environmental leaders from the public and the private sectors will gather at Virginia Military Institute’s Center for Leadership and Ethics April 8-10 for the 25th annual Environment Virginia Symposium, “Collaborative Impact: Working Together to Create a Positive Environmental Legacy.”Read More →
  • High School Scientists Compete in Science Fair at VMI

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    LEXINGTON, Va., April1, 2014 – More than 250 high school scientists from 78 schools across the commonwealth competed at the 2014 Virginia State Science and Engineering Fair at VMI’s Cameron Hall last Saturday.Read More →
  • Cadets Visit Europe to Study Politics of Allied Leadership

    MertonCollegeOxfordSummary
    LEXINGTON, Va., March 31, 2014 – Five cadets representing all four of VMI’s ROTC units spent nine days during last month’s spring furlough in Europe studying allied military leadership. Maj. John Matsui, assistant professor of history, led the group on an Olmsted Foundation short-term cultural immersion program to investigate allied cooperation and conflict from 1815 to 2015.Read More →
  • VMI to Present New Market Medal

    GottwaldSummary
    LEXINGTON, Va., March 26, 2014 –Virginia Military Institute’s Board of Visitors will present its highest honor, the New Market Medal, to Bruce C. Gottwald, VMI Class of 1954, on Thursday, May 15. The presentation will take place during the annual New Market Parade ceremony that this year commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Battle of New Market. Mr. Gottwald is currently chairman of NewMarket Corp., the parent company of Afton Chemical and Ethyl Corp.Read More →